Bulletin of Mines, a journal for mining and mining industry, appeared in early 1903. The owner and editor was Petar Ilić, B.Sc. of Mining. For the first two years, the journal was published once a month, on two printing sheets. It was published regularly until 1908, was discontinued in 1909, but was published again in 1910. During that year, Ilić retired, and he no longer had the possibility to finance the journal. The topics of the journal were various, from discussions on ore deposits, through geological topics, tasks and state of mining in Serbia, opening mines, mining terminology, opening mining schools, all to the topic of scientific achievements, mining in neighboring countries, mining law, etc. Bulletin of Mines, as the only mining journal in Serbia in that period, played a significant role in preserving the facts about Serbian mining in the period from 1903 to 1910. A copy of the first issue of Mining Gazette was added to the renewed edition of Bulletin of Mines, Issue 1, 2015.